Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Beacon Theater on 2006-02-12
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Up On Cripple Creek >
They Love Each Other >
Cold Rain & Snow (jam) >
Buckets Of Rain
All Along The Watchtower St. Stephen >
What Sin >
Cryptical Envelopment >
Dark Star >
The Other One >
Dark Star >
Eyes Of The World >
Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
Crowd / donor rap
E: Wolfman's Brother
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|Help On The Way> Slipknot!>|
|They Love Each Other>|
|Cold Rain & Snow Jam>|
|Buckets Of Rain|
|All Along The Watchtower|
|What Sin Replaces Love>|
|The Other One>|
|Eyes of the World>|
|Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad|
|E: Announcement, Don Rap, Intros|
Source: DSBD - Official Release from www.phillesh.net (Mixed and mastered by Derek Featherstone)
- 2006-03-25 08:42:16
- New York, NY
- Taped by
- Derek Featherstone
- Transferred by
- Derek Featherstone
- Beacon Theater
-Trey's solo on Cripple Creek, baby!
-that early 70s, uptempo TLEO!
-the 1-2 Dylan punch to close the first set
-From the beginning of Cryptical to the end of the jam following Dark Star is a solid hour of jam. Pretty amazing, as mathematical and swirling as you can come to expect from a P&F show
*A special shout-out to Joan here. I've always, I guess "liked" Phil's voice, jarring as it is, but Trey's ghost-cold lisp I've never been fond of. Joan gives the overall show a much-needed shot in the arm vocally. She's soulful (dig that hymnal-hum on Watchtower!) and knows her Dead. When she harmonizes with Trey, Phil, and the others it really does give a lot of depth. She was a great addition to this tour.
Subject: This show rocked !!!
Subject: man . . . gosh . . .
both trey and larry are blistering. barraco and osborne are the rock steadies. phil, as always, is the man. this stands up to several listenings and keeps floating to the top of the pile.
thank you phil; thank you archive.
Subject: ANTICIPATION STATION
Subject: The other deadhead
Subject: DOES ANYTHING NEED TO BE SAID??
Subject: wish i could d/l complete show as vbr mp3
btw this is my first review
and im givin this show a 4... cuz the sound quality is excellent, and so is the setlist and playing... but hey, no show is perfect
Subject: Thank you, Phil, for keeping the spirit of the GD alive!
Phil is just amazing. He's at an age when he could be sitting on his posterior looking back on a life filled with great accomplishment. Instead, he's out in blizzards making AWESOME music! Man, what a role model he is for all the other musicians -- and for we "ordinary folk," too.
This show just sizzles from beginning to end. I'm not a big Phish/Trey phan, but his work here really made me want to take a second look at his solo stuff. I miss Chris Robinson on vocals! He added a much-needed dimension to the band, vocal wise. (No, I'm not gonna complain about Phil's singing!)
OK, I'll shut up and finish downloading this. I recommend this show highly. The Watchtower is sizzling and, well, the whole show ROCKS.
Subject: phils voice
Subject: phil is on phire
Now this is to me a great soundboard. THe 2001-03 lineup had the best sound ive ever heard from any band not just the jam band scene. I think they even sounded better than the GD days.
I'm too young to have ever had the chacne to see jerry in person, but Phil is doing a great job keeping the spirit of the dead alive.
Subject: Thanks again
Subject: Version 2006 Great Show
We love you!
Subject: worth hearing
Subject: great show
Subject: Good show but vocals weak
Subject: Grateful Birthday Wishes
Subject: Love this Tour
Subject: Horray for Trey!
Subject: Pure Bliss
Kind regards to all
Subject: Great Show; Great Sound
Subject: Thanks Phil
Subject: thank ya phil
Subject: its all happening here.
thank you phil!!!!!!
thank you friends, and thank you to the uploaders!!!
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